Sunday, September 12, 2010

Photos of the Day: Two studies in depth and exaggerated perspective

Sorry, folks, but I was unable to get a photo up yesterday. Today I'll give you two to make up for it.

These photos demonstrate depth and exaggerated perspective in photography. I will not offer any commentary other than to remind you to try different things, including shooting from very low (or very high) or playing with the angle of your composition. With the exception of cropping, resizing and ©'ing, these are as they came from the camera. See you tomorrow!

Nikon D90, Nikkor 17-35mm, 17mm, 1/160 sec., f3.2, ISO 200. Auto white balance, program exposure mode with matrix meter and -1/3EV exposure compensation in landscape scene mode.

Nikon D90, Nikkor 17-35mm, 17mm, 1/200 sec., f3.5, ISO 200. Aperture priority exposure mode, matrix meter and -1/3EV exposure bias, in landscape scene mode.

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